DESIGUAL: It’s in the Bag!

by Emma Dibaja on October 14, 2012

Desigual, a brand, which I disliked for years, has now totally surprised me with their latest bag collection. I’m absolutely in love with a majority of their bags and would be more than happy to be the proud new owner of one of these cool totes.

It’s so hard to decide which one I’d go for. They’re all so pretty.  Some of the smaller bags are super cute while the bigger ones are simply cool. It’s a hard call.  Which one would you go for? :)

{ 3 comments }

Gucci October 14, 2012 at 6:28 pm

I keep searching online for posts that can help me. Thx!

sea breeze October 20, 2012 at 4:43 am

Like many other products in Desigual shops…these hand bags sing: Be happy, Don’t worry…
Well….nice stuff…(and simply cool)….

Preston J. Cunningham February 12, 2013 at 5:58 am

Is it really all that important to be cool? Should you listen to your kids when they claim such and such look is not cool? I think most of the time what kids really mean by “cool” is that they don’t want to be plain or ordinary or boring. They may want to fit in or be different, but thy often get the two confused. In the 1990′s wearing dickies and shaving your head didn’t make anyone different. This look actually made us all the same within one perceived genre known as skater or grunge or thrash. It was actually a spin off from the punk days. Now, grunge has morphed into goth and goth is fast becoming emo. It doesn’t make your child cool to be emo unless they truly feel they can grow and come to understand themselves through experimenting with various genres of clothing and music. If your child does something just to fit in this is not cool and their peers will catch on that are just trying to fit in. It’s not up to you as a parent to decide whether or not a certain genre is right for your teenager. Your job is simply to make sure they survive finding themselves. You may think that if you give into goth or emo you will be caving, but the truth is you should set limits while allowing your teen to explore the pop cultures that will surround them their whole lives in one way or another. Within reason being cool is important, but that reasoning should be carefully explored by both parents and teens.

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